Friday, March 23, 2012

the mistress castrated this lovebird because her lover ran away with a transvestite

carter road rocks seminally washed and sundried

most of the ricksha drivers know be my camera face

this is the story of the true spirit of womanhood in india..

this is the film trailer .. agent vinod is showing on the big screen next in your neigborhood

kids are products of parents unbridled ..stupidity..in this case

made to beg on the roads .. just like this at juhu beach

spot the dreamer in my picture ...it is not him it is me ..

i am guilty of spreading positive spam.. if beggars were horses there would be a traffic jam

this is the instrument that has fucked humanity from eardrums to eternity

Follow Your Religion..And Dumbheads Love Humanity.. Dont Blow The World Apart

The Man Who Spreads Peace Whatever Your Religion..Love The Masterkey

the muslim man.. is more photogenic than any other man

without the common man films would fall flat best of luck agent vinod..

better to be saif than to be soree

i miss her though she left me for a facebook friend .. she found google+ far too suffocating to her liking

he is praying to a god made of clay..a god who works without pay

we cry we have no bed till we find someone who has no home to sleep

the story of our life is scripted on water .. blood sweat and tears

minimalist me...i prostitute my blogs free

The Great Divide..I Tried Could Not Hide..

As Indians We Water Plants Wherever We Go...Because of Us Greenery Grows

The Post Man Brings Them Letters Their Address Pavement Across Mr Bachchans Old House

My World Is Revolving Mirrors ..Only An Australian Wearing Blinkers Will Call Me a Racist and a Sexist

Gudipadvyachya Hardik Shubhechha.

Soneri suryachi soneri kirne,
Soneri kirnancha soneri diwas..
Soneri diwasachya Soneri Shubhechha!
Gudipadvyachya Hardik Shubhechha.



Naxidar kathivari Reshmi vastr,
Tyachyavar chandicha lota,
ubharuni Marathi manachi GUDHI,
Sajra karuya ha Gudhipadwa!
Nutan Varshachya Hardik Shubheccha!


From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Gudi Padwa or Gudhi Padwa (Marathi: गुढी पाडवा often mis-pronounced as guDi padwa because ढी sounds like डी while speaking) is the Marathi name for the Hindu holy day of Chaitra Shukla Pratipada.[1] It is celebrated on the first day of the Chaitra month to mark the beginning of the New year according to the lunisolar Hindu calendar.


Known as Gudhi Padwa in Maharashtra, this festival is also known as[1]

Samvatsar Padvo among Hindu Konkanis of Goa[2]
Yugadi among the rest of Konkani diaspora in Karnataka and Kerala[citation needed]
Nav Varsha Samvat among the North Indian states of Uttar Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh, Haryana, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Uttarakhand, Bihar and Chhattisgarh[citation needed]

In other parts of India[1] this festival is celebrated during

Nau Roz in Kashmir
Yugadi in Karnataka
Baisakhi in Punjab
Cheti Chand among the Sindhi people)[citation needed]
Goru Bihu in Assam
Puthandu in Tamil Nadu and
Yugadi in Andhra Pradesh
Vishu in Kerala.


On Gudi Padwa, a gudi is found hanging out of a window or otherwise prominently displayed in traditional Maharashtrian households. Gudi is a bright green or yellow cloth adorned with brocade (zari) tied to the tip of a long bamboo over which gathi (sugar crystals), neem leaves[citation needed], a twig of mango leaves and a garland of red flowers is tied. A silver or copper pot is placed in the inverted position over it. This gudi is then hoisted outside the house, in a window, terrace or a high place so that everybody can see it.

Some of the significances attributed to raising a Gudhi are as follows:

Gudhi symbolizes the Brahmadhvaj (translation: Brahma’s flag) mentioned in the Brahma Purana, because Lord Brahma created the universe on this day. It may also represent Indradhvaj (translation: the flag of Indra).[3]
Mythologically, the Gudhi symbolizes Lord Rama’s victory and happiness on returning to Ayodhya after slaying Ravan. Since a symbol of victory is always held high, so is the gudi (flag). It is believed that this festival is celebrated to commemorate the coronation of Rama post his return to Ayodhya after completing 14 years of exile.[3]
Maharashtrians also see the Gudhi as a symbol of victory associated with the conquests of the Maratha forces led by Chhatrapati Shivaji. It also symbolizes the victory of King Shalivahana over Sakas and was hoisted by his people when he returned to Paithan.[3]
Gudhi is believed to ward off evil, invite prosperity and good luck into the house.[3]

The Gudhi is positioned on the right side of the main entrance of the house. The right side symbolizes active state of the soul.[1]

Dombivli:- the city that pioneered Shobha Yatra for Gudi Padwa 13 years ago, is proud of the socio-cultural context the procession has attained "Shobh yatra"


On the festive day, courtyards in village houses will be swept clean and plastered with fresh cow-dung. Even in the city, people take the time out to do some spring cleaning. Women and children work on intricate rangoli designs on their doorsteps, the vibrant colours mirroring the burst of colour associated with spring. Everyone dresses up in new clothes and it is a time for family gatherings.

Traditionally, families are supposed to begin the festivities by eating the bittersweet leaves of the neem tree. Sometimes, a paste of neem leaves is prepared and mixed with dhane, gul/gur (known as jaggery in English), and tamarind. All the members of the family consume this paste, which is believed to purify the blood and strengthen the body’s immune system against diseases.

Maharashtrian families also make shrikhand and Poori on this day. Konkanis make Kanangachi Kheer, a variety of Kheer made of sweet potato, coconut milk, jaggery, rice flour, etc. and Sannas.
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He is the Only Giant Among Dwarfs

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they come
watch him
like a freak
some give
a few coins
some mock him
laugh..
i defend him
through my street
pictures i tell
his detractors
go fuck off

गुढी पाडवा मी मराठी

a father
a son
a grandson
devotion
love for
marathi asmita
from one generation
to the next
generation
मी मराठी
a cultural
inheritance
a heart beats
for our beloved
nation
the Thackerays
hope hindutva
my fascination
india
bharat varsh
hindustan
on the soul of
humanity
pride
parampara
gods creation

dedicated
to the poet of masses and classes
aaditya thackeray

Jai Maharashtra Gudi Padwyacha hardik subhecha

Soneri suryachi soneri kirne,
Soneri kirnancha soneri diwas..
Soneri diwasachya Soneri Shubhechha!
Gudipadvyachya Hardik Shubhechha.


Naxidar kathivari Reshmi vastr,
Tyachyavar chandicha lota,
ubharuni Marathi manachi GUDHI,
Sajra karuya ha Gudhipadwa!
Nutan Varshachya Hardik Shubheccha!

hrikhand Puri,
Reshmi Gudi,
Limba che Pan,
Nav Varsha jaao chhan.
Amchya sarvanchya tarphe hardik shoobhecha.
*Happy Gudi Padwa.*

Ubhara Gudi
Sukhasamrudhichi
Suravat Karuya
Nav Varshachi..
Visru Ti Swapne
Bhutakalachi
Vatchal Karuya
Nav Ashechi

Gudi Padwa Greetings From Advocate Ashish Shelar

Gudi Padwa Ram Mandir Bandra Bazar Road

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


Gudi Padwa or Gudhi Padwa (Marathi: गुढी पाडवा often mis-pronounced as guDi padwa because ढी sounds like डी while speaking) is the Marathi name for the Hindu holy day of Chaitra Shukla Pratipada.[1] It is celebrated on the first day of the Chaitra month to mark the beginning of the New year according to the lunisolar Hindu calendar. It is theorized that Padwa is the origin of the term "Pagwah", a synonymous title used in Guyana and Trinidad for Holi.


Known as Gudhi Padwa in Maharashtra, this festival is also known as[1]

* Samvatsar Padvo among Hindu Konkanis of Goa[2]
* Yugadi among the rest of Konkani diaspora in Karnataka and Ugadi in Andhra pradesh[citation needed]

In other parts of India[1] this festival is celebrated during

* Ugadi in Andhra Pradesh
* Yugadi in Karnataka
* Cheti Chand among the Sindhi people


The word padwa is derived from the Sanskrit word Pratipada[citation needed] for first day of a lunar month i.e. first day after new moon day (Amavasya). A Gudhi is also erected on this occasion giving this festival its name. The term padwa or padavo is also associated with Balipratipada the third day of Diwali[citation needed] which is another celebration that comes at the end of the harvesting season.
See also: Balipratipada


On Gudi Padwa, a gudi is found hanging out of a window or otherwise prominently displayed in traditional Maharashtrian households. Gudi is a bright green or yellow cloth adorned with brocade (zari) tied to the tip of a long bamboo over which gathi (sugar crystals), neem leaves[citation needed], a twig of mango leaves and a garland of red flowers is tied. A silver or copper pot is placed in the inverted position over it. This gudi is then hoisted outside the house, in a window, terrace or a high place so that everybody can see it.

Some of the significances attributed to raising a Gudhi are as follows:

* Gudhi symbolizes the Brahmadhvaj (translation: Brahma’s flag) mentioned in the Brahma Purana, because Lord Brahma created the universe on this day. It may also represent Indradhvaj (translation: the flag of Indra).[3]
* Mythologically, the Gudhi symbolizes Lord Rama’s victory and happiness on returning to Ayodhya after slaying Ravan. Since a symbol of victory is always held high, so is the gudi (flag). It is believed that this festival is celebrated to commemorate the coronation of Rama post his return to Ayodhya after completing 14 years of exile.[3]
* Maharashtrians also see the Gudhi as a symbol of victory associated with the conquests of the Maratha forces led by Chhatrapati Shivaji. It also symbolizes the victory of King Shalivahana over Sakas and was hoisted by his people when he returned to Paithan.[3]
* Gudhi is believed to ward off evil, invite prosperity and good luck into the house.[3]

The Gudhi is positioned on the right side of the main entrance of the house. The right side symbolizes active state of the soul.[1]
[edit] Festivities

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